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India hold Great Britain to 2-2 draw in last tour match

Owing to goals by Navjot Kaur and Gurjit Kaur, India ended the tour with yet another draw against a relatively stronger Great Britain side, performing exceptionally well during the five matches as they won one, drew three and lost one.

India to open campaign against Netherlands in FIH Pro League

India's chief coach Graham Reid emphasised on the importance of regular exposures against top teams ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.

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Arjuna Award will motivate me to do better: Chinglensana

The midfielder, who made his international debut for the senior team at the Champions Challenge in 2011, is one of the few players in the current team to have completed more than 200 caps.

Indian men face Malaysia, women to play Japan in Olympic Test openers

India boast a formidable record against Malaysia, where in the last 10 meetings between the two Asian rivals, India have won six, while Malaysia only managed three victories.

FIH Series Finals: Gurjit scores brace in India's 5-0 win over Poland

Goals from Jyoti, Vandana Katariya, Grjit and Navneet Kaur gave India a deserved 5-0 win over Poland in the FIH Women's Series Finals at Hiroshima on Sunday.

FIH Series Finals: India beat South Africa 5-1 to win gold

Coming into the tournament as overwhelming favourites, World No. 5 India played like champions as they thrashed South Africa in the final 5-1 and remained unbeaten throughout the tournament.

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Indian men's hockey keeper Akash Anil Chikte’s ban reduced

Chikte's 13-month ban period was backdated from the date on which he was provisionally suspended — March 27, 2018, which means there are no restrictions on him playing.

Continuity is key... Players suffer the most if there is constant change, says Rupinderpal Singh

Rupinder competed at the National Championships in Gwalior, where he guided Punjab to a runners-up finish on Sunday with Railways taking the title.

Hockey India CEO’s outburst before Dutch game had a ‘very disturbing effect’, says Harendra Singh

Hockey India's four-member high performance and development committee, which met in Delhi last Monday, cited the incident as one of the reasons for Harendra's removal as the chief coach.

Hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr. hospitalised with breathing problems

Legendary centre-forward Balbir Singh Sr, 94, is being treated at the Respiratory Intensive Care Unit (RICU) of the PGI Hospital.

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‘Punjab Clique’ In Indian Hockey Team, Reason For Poor Performance

There have always been whispers in Indian hockey circles about a Punjab clique and how it divided the team in factions, both on and off the field. Those allegations now figure in official reports submitted to Hockey India following India’s disastrous performances at the London Olympics in 2012 and the World League semifinals this year. […]

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